The Residence Horti Sallustiani is located in the heart of Rome, at 22 Via Rffaele Vadorna, 500 meters from Via Veneto, 700 meters from Piazza Barberini, 500 meters from Piazza della Repubblica, where is the nearest subway station and 800 meters from Stazione Termini.
The residence is immersed in the culture and history, it owes its name to the Horti Sallustiani that, so called because they belonged to the historian Sallustio, were, with the gardens and the villa, the largest landscaped park in Rome. Were scattered in the vast area of ​​the park several buildings, including a thermal plant and a temple dedicated to Venus Ericina. At today's in the Piazza Sallustio are visible, at a depth of 14 meters from the street level, the remains of a large complex consisting of three sets of buildings. From Horti Sallustiani come many famous sculptures, among them the Galata Morente kept in the Capitoline Museums, the Galata Suicida, the Ludovisi throne, now in Palace Altemps, and the Obelisk, located since 1789 in the top of the stairway of Trinità dei Monti. 
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From all highways, take the G.R.A. and take exit 11 Nomentana direction Roma Centro, continue straight on to Piazzale Porta Pia, past the walls, take Via XX Settembre, after 300 meters turn right into via Piave, the second right and you're there.

From the main Termini railway station to walk a few hundred meters towards Piazza della Repubblica and then continue straight until you reach the junction with Via XX Settembre. Turn right and after 500 meters turn left into via Piave, the second right and you're there.

From the international Rome Fiumicino-Leonardo da Vinci airport take the local train Leonardo Express to Termini Station and follow the above directions. From Rome Ciampino airport take the Cotral bus to the underground station Anagnina. Take the A Line to stop "Repubblica".